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The Navy Sea Chanters perform at the Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU on Mar. 18, 2024.

The Navy Sea Chanters: A look at the sights and sounds of the Navy’s official chorus band

By Lance Sanders, Staff Writer
Published Mar 20, 2024
The Navy Sea Chanters performed at the Van Cliburn amid their national tour covering five states.
The Brown-Lupton University Union.

How TCU students are acclimating post spring break

By Cate Stewart, Allie DeSimone and Staff Writer
Published Mar 20, 2024
TCU students share their struggles and successes coming back from Spring break.
Bri Gervais pictured at Frogathon 2022 with Superfrog in the TCU Commons. (Photo courtesy of Bri Gervais)

Frogathon: How TCU students give back

By Alexandra Smith, Staff Writer
Published Mar 20, 2024
Donors and TCU students look forward to Frogathon, a hospital fundraising event.
Frogs for Wildlife group. (Photo courtesy of Kaitlyn Roussel)

TCU Rhino Initiative rebrands as they celebrate their 10th year on campus

By Paxton Crews, Staff Writer
Published Mar 19, 2024
The TCU Rhino Initiative has adopted a new name, Frogs for Wildlife, which includes all species in their ongoing efforts.
The rendering created by the Ampersand team depicts the exterior of TCU’s renovated Ampersand location. (Photo courtesy of Toan Luong)

Ampersand’s renovated TCU location set to open in two months

By Abigail Elston, Staff Writer
Published Mar 17, 2024
Ampersand CEO said the new layout was designed specifically for TCU students.
Founder of The Birthday Party Project Paige Chenault with Main Event CEO Chris Morris before a Birthday Party Project event in 2019. (AP Photo)

TCU is helping bring birthday celebrations to kids in the community

By Zach Conner, Staff Writer
Published Mar 15, 2024
TCU celebrated thousands of birthdays in the community with a local non profit.
Students gathered to make chemo bags for children. (Elle Wood/Staff Writer)

‘Once Upon a Room’ makes students and patients smile

By Elle Wood, Staff Writer
Published Mar 14, 2024
Once Upon a Room, started by TCU students, continues to decorate children's rooms in several hospitals.
Members of the Women in Computer Science club sit in on a Zoom panel held during a previous club event. (Zach Conner/Staff Writer)

Women in male-dominated major speak on the future of STEM

By Zach Conner, Staff Writer
Published Mar 13, 2024
What Department within TCU's College of Science and Engineering only holds 38% of women? Check out this story to find out!

Spring allergies have arrived at TCU

By Alexandra Plancarte, Staff writter
Published Mar 13, 2024
Amid the stunning bloom of oak trees at TCU, a wave of pollen has students mistaking spring allergies for the common cold.
Silverback gorillas are dominant, adult male gorillas that can weigh over 400 pounds. (Photo courtesy of the Fort Worth Zoo)

Viral TikTok video shows Fort Worth zookeepers trapped inside gorilla enclosure

By Sydney Miller, Staff Writer
Published Mar 10, 2024
Exhibit bystanders watch in shock as two zookeepers try to escape a gorilla enclosure.
Michelle Manzanales captivates the audience delivering an engaging discussion.  (Miroslava Lem Quinonez/Staff Photographer)

Moving the Field: Testimonio y platica with Michelle Manzanales

By Miroslava Lem Quinonez, Staff Writer
Published Mar 10, 2024
The co-founder of the Latinx Dance Educators Alliance spoke to TCU students about her love for and journey in contemporary dance.
Taylor Swift arrives at the 66th annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 4, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photos/Jordan Strauss)

TCU offers two new Taylor Swift-inspired courses

By Shaylin Smith, Staff Writer
Published Mar 9, 2024
A psychology class and a poetry class both have centered their curriculums around the popularity and lyricism of Taylor Swift.